Just randomly popped by tonight. Thought the prices looked a little high, but when I got my meal I realized why. Probably some of the best Thai food I've eaten. The beef was excellent!
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Yesterday evening I was in this restaurant and I leave the worst experience in my whole live, it was really horrible! We just arrived in the restaurant and we ordered 2 beers, then a women in front of me, was strangled. She was drowning, so...More
Delicious food, fast and kind service. We were with five very different people and ordered very different dishes. We were all very content. I advice to go there.
The smell! Entering the restaurant immediately brought back memories of Thailand, mouthwatering. For my wife as a starter, Tom Yam Kung, spicy as asked, delicate flavours and sour as she needed to be. Sun had the fried prawns, 5 large ones, which gave him a...More
This restaurant has been a real Thai gourmet eatery for decades. I have eaten here many times and never been disappointed. The ambiance, service and variety of dishes are outstanding.
We stayed a few blocks from the place and chanced upon it upon strolling on the final eve of our stay. Being Asian, we couldn't help to notice the place. Place lols neat and have that old Siamese ambience. The staff were friendly and helpful....More
I live locally and come here fairly often, and sometimes even get takeaway. I love their delicious Thai dishes, and service is very friendly and polite. Particular favourites are duck red curry with sticky rice. If you want something green and healthy and totally moreish,...More
This is a good solid Thai restaurant. It is not paticularly inventive but the food is dependable and the ingredients are impeccable. I go here about once a month fo their pad thai. Not expensive.
Monday nights restaurants tend to be closed - when we landed here, we smiled. And when finished, we beamed. Best Thai we've had. The waitstaff was quick and attentive and kind to our limited French. And worked with us to improve our breadth and execution...More
Many restaurants change, but Chieng Mai is deservedly my go to place for Thai food in Paris. It was a relief to find the menu unchanged, except for the prices, the decor refreshed but the same and the fine family service. I almost always have...More